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Old 09-07-2010, 10:45 PM #3
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Originally Posted by crazyboy867 View Post
after maybe 30 mins of sparring i was so tired afterwards i felt like throwing up. my stomach felt sick. eventually i felt better after i rested for a while.

anyone had this feeling before?
Bro, anyone who hasn't felt like that has never had a been through a real tough workout. Its taking your body to its limit, but after that initial sick feeling you feel great. Keep putting the work in - you'll achieve great results.

ps. the fitter and stronger you are the more resistance you should have to this feeling, but dont worry iv seen many pros puke after sparring.
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